(1) The trust drew up a contract with Vanguard to treat 400 patients.
(2) Sow had a couple of chances and the substitute Emmanuel Emenike drew a sharp last-minute save out of Szczesny but Giroud's penalty, after Kadlec's foul on Walcott, represented Arsenal's emphatic final word.
(3) Recent reports incriminating Acanthamoeba, a small free-living amoeba, wide-spread in environmental soils and waters, in acanthamoebic keratitis cases wearing soft contact lenses, drew attention to cleaning solutions for contact lenses.
(4) But Drew did not step up to take responsibility herself.
(5) Hamidi, who has been temporarily reprieved after his case drew widespread international attention, is not gay.
(6) This is training that predators rely upon,” she says in the book, “It is, perhaps, a form of gender-wide grooming.” For Caro, the opportunity of the book was to “place the blame where it lies,” she says, “squarely on the shoulders of those who use their power to exploit and damage others.” For all its bleakness, I drew comfort from the stories of the other contributors.
(7) It comes two years after the BSC stripped another Vedanta subsidiary of a safety award after the Observer drew its attention to the firm's involvement in one of the worst industrial tragedies in India's recent history.
(8) Government officials drew the public’s ire after charging Manning with three counts of misconduct following the suicide attempt, including two which carried possible penalties of indefinite solitary confinement.
(9) The final episode of I Own Britain's Best Home drew 400,000 and 2% for Five in the same time slot.
(10) The histological findings of actinomyces spores, thread-like foreign material and detritus drew out attention to the rare manifestation of abdominal actinomycosis.
(11) Within a 12-year period ending in March 1984, 1109 patients with penetrating thoracic injuries were treated at King-Drew Medical Center located in south central Los Angeles.
(12) Algeria had not scored a World Cup goal since they drew 1-1 with Northern Ireland at Mexico 1986, a run that took in five matches, including that dire 0-0 draw with England in Cape Town four years ago.
(13) The proposal for a privacy objective drew broad support, from privacy advocates, private submitters, law enforcement and investigative agencies alike,” the committee said in its report.
(14) Officers in riot gear at a number of points later drew batons and clashed with members of the crowd, hours after the protest began gathering in central London at around 6pm before massing near parliament, where fireworks were let off to cheers.
(15) Anterior penetrating wounds were usually associated with other intraperitoneal lesions which caused more obvious physical signs and thus drew attention to the necessity for exploration.
(16) In Germany, health workers drew serum samples from 40 healthy young women who used a low dose oral contraceptive (OC) (Femovan, Femodene) with 30 mcg ethinyl estradiol and 75 mcg gestodene for 3 treatment cycles to measure gestodene levels, the free fraction of gestodene, and its distribution over the binding proteins in serum pools from all women.
(17) Nothing will change.” The president-elect then drew attention to a debate remark by Clinton after Trump refused to commit to accepting the election result, quoting her as saying: “That is horrifying.
(18) We drew this line so that we could remove a lot of very sexual digital nudity, but it also covers an increasing amount of non-sexual digitally made art.
(19) After hauling the food back to the cottage, they drew up a rota for the cooking, with some preparing breakfast for the group, and others sharing the duties for lunch and dinner.
(20) The strong-arm tactics immediately drew a rebuke from the US.